ELMO-LION Educational Learning MOdules on Li-ION batteries new European 6 ETCS Credit Doctoral‐level course. 1 January 2023 – 31 December 2025
Objective: train the next generation of scientists and engineers in the interdisciplinary and rapidly accelerating field of Li-ion batteries
Three main pillars:
•online lectures offered by experts on battery fabrication, characterization, spectroscopy, simulations and advanced diagnostics
•working cases and challenges from industrial partners to be solved by PhD student teams
•a venture‐creation summer school
(2023: Politechnico di Milano – Lake Como)
Kick-off Meeting: 18 November 2022 (hybrid online & on-site Helsinki)
Friday 18th November 2022, Kumpula Campus, University of Helsinki, Finland
Location: Lecture room C123 of Exactum building of the Kumpula campus, and lobby of Exactum.
Timing: The programme will start 10:00am and end tentatively at 18:00.
Registration is now open! Please register using this link at latest on 30.10.2022
The programme will include presentations, discussion, and a poster session with refreshments.
- Instructions on how to get to Helsinki city centre and University of Helsinki campuses (including the Kumpula campus)
- Information on the Kumpula campus
More information will be given soon, including the detailed programme and a registration link.
ELMO-LION is a new European PhD level course and a summer school on battery technology and innovation, funded by EIT RawMaterials.
For more information, please contact:
Program committee: Ekaterina Laakso (LUT), Bernardo Barbiellini (LUT), Simo Huotari (UH)
Coordinator: Prof. Bernardo Barbiellini (Lappeenranta University of Technology)
Dr. Ekaterina Laakso – Ekaterina.Laakso@lut.fi
Aalto University, Finland
Politechnico di Milano, Italy
University of Padova, Italy
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
University of Eastern Finland
University of Helsinki, Finland
University of Oulo, Finland
Centro Ricerche Fiat, Italy
Metso Outotec Oy, Finland
Suomen Malmijalostus Oy, Finland
Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland